Focus Group Research
Barbour, R and Kitzinger, J (1999) (eds) Developing Focus Group Research: politics, theory and practice, London: Sage.
Focus groups', Qualitative Research in Healthcare, 2006
Focus group research: using group dynamics to explore perceptions, experiences and understandings, Qualitative Research in Health Care (Editor: Holloway I) Open University Press, Maidenhead (2005) 56-69.
The grit in the oyster, Le sable dans l’hitre: analyser des discussions de focus group, Bulletin de Psychologie 57 3 (2004) pp 299. The grit in the oyster - english version [121 KB]
Qu’est-ce que les focus groups? (Introduction to special issue on focus groups), Bulletin de Psychologie 57 3 (2004) pp 237 – 244 (co-author)
The analytical potential of ‘sensitive moments’ in focus group discussions’ in Barbour, R & Kitzinger, J (1999) (eds). Developing Focus Group Research: politics, theory and practice, London: Sage (co-author).
The methodology of focus groups: the importance of interactions between research participants, Sociology of Health and Illness 16(1), 103-121 (Reprinted in Bryman and Burgess 'Qualitative Research', Sage) (1994).
Introducing Focus groups: A guide for medical professionals, British Medical Journal 29th July 1995 pp 299-302 Vol 311, no 7000 (Reprinted in Mays, Nicholas & Pope, Catherine (1996)
(ed) Qualitative Research in Health Care, BMJ publishing Group, pp36-46).
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